problackgirl:

we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.

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If men were socialized to desire love as much as they are taught to desire sex, we would see a cultural revolution.
bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions (2001)

(Source: books-and-barricades)

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alafiyatried:

mrnargalicious:

tibby-wynter:

fartgallery:

i bet dragons would probably think it’s really cool that we produce water in our mouths

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That last image is too adorable to not reblog.

this is the cutest

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kateordie:

heytinafey:

in which diane keaton falls in love with amy poehler

I ship it.

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I have often wondered if Mr. Conservative/Libertarian turns down raises his company offers to *him.* Because I’ve only ever heard this argument applied to low-wage workers. Apparently, when you increase executive salaries and bonuses, that money comes out of a magical portal somewhere, so prices are unaffected. And no one ever tries to tell middle-class knowledge workers that getting a raise would only leave them worse off in the long run. It’s only ever the working poor. I guess they get paid with a different, more sinister kind of money.
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spr-ngfever:

buttslikehouses:

34choco:

How to Really, Really Piss Off the Wesboro Baptist Church

i have never hit the reblog button so fast jfc

this is really great omg

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beatonna:

The University of California’s English Broadside Ballad Archive is also a fantastic project, with a dedicated team making previously hard to find (on microfiche or in archive) broadsides available to everyone, and transcribed to modern eyes and ears.  Amazing.  What we have online is amazing.

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historicaltimes:

The same street corner in Brooklyn: 1896, 1966 and 2014

Source: treein303 (reddit)

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jeanpolfus:

The view from the tree-house at my parents house in northern Wisconsin. One fall I slept out here from October through mid-December. It is a wonderful feeling to fall asleep with a view out over the lake listening to the loons call.

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